Subject: How can the fluid core of the earth be hotter than the solid inner core?
Date: Wed Mar 19 16:50:36 1997
Posted by Mr. Hill's 5th grade class
Grade level: 4-6
School: McPherson Elementary
City: Napa State/Province: CA
Area of science: Earth Sciences
If the earth were made originally from a chunk of the sun which has
gradually cooled, from the surface inward, why is it the center is
not the hotest part?
Re: How can the fluid core of the earth be hotter than the solid inner core?
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